We are proud to announce CUHSD was awarded the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) for approximately $400,000. Grant funds are dedicated to CTE pathways and support the goal of providing more students with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and postsecondary education.
“We want to be able to increase work-based learning opportunities in our classrooms so CUHSD students will graduate feeling prepared and able to achieve success through real-world experiences,” said Career Readiness Coordinator Katie Bennett.
The District’s CTE programs expose students to careers using project and work-based learning approaches embedded in real-world experiences. Through these experiences, students are better connected to their core academic courses, as well as to their college and career goals. As a result, students are more motivated to transition to post-secondary education and career paths.